How to determine intention in a court?

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To determine intention, courts will look objectively at the opinion of the “reasonable person”. The certainty of intention can be a problem when there is no formal will or declaration of trust.  In Jones v Lock 1 Ch App 25, a father gave a cheque for £900 to his baby and said he would ‘put it away for’ his son.   Lord Cranworth judged in the court of appeal stated that this did not show sufficient...
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